Lewis John Frederick 1804 1876 Exhibitions : Life, legend, landscape : Victorian drawings & watercolours / edited by Joanna Selborne ; essays by Elizabeth Prettejohn ... [et al.] ; catalogue by Joanna Selborne.
Lewis Miles : An exact relation of the bloody and barbarous murder, committed by Miles Lewis, and his wife, a pi[n]m[a]ker upon their prentice, dwelling in Barnsby-street in S[o]uthwark. : Wherein is declared, the manner of his cruell tortures, shewing how he was whipt with rods of wire, and put to death with red-hot irons; the like never heard of before in any age. Also, the examination of this bloody woman before the Justice; with her charge and accusation, laid open against her. Witnesse [brace] John Newman, Jury-man of the Chaire. Thomas Walles, Stephen Robinson. Will. Robinson. Philip Henson. [brace] All jury men.
Lewis Ronald : Living in hospital and the community.; Lewis, Ronald.
Lewis William Gent : A narrative of the phanatical plot, setting forth the treasonable and wicked designs which they have been carrying on against the King & government, ever since the last Westminster Parliament : with an account of the treacherous contrivances against several worthy persons, and the measures which they used to take off the Kings evidence by subornation : to which is added a relation of the evil practices of John Rowse (who was lately executed at Tyburn), William Lewis (who stands convicted), and others / by John Zeale, Gent.; Zeale, John.
Lewisham London England : A treatise of Lewisham (but vulgarly miscalled Dulwich) wells in Kent : shewing the time and manner of their discovery, the minerals with which they are impregnated, the several diseases experience hath found them good for, with directions for the use of them, &c. / by John Peter, physician.; Peter, John.
Lewisham London England Early Works To 1800 : A treatise of Levvisham (but vulgarly miscalled Dulwich) wells in Kent : Shewing the time and manner of their discovery, the minerals with which they are impregnated, the several diseases experience hath found them good for; with directions for the use of them, &c. By John Peter, physician.; Peter, John.
Lewkenor Edward 1614 1634 : Lifes brevitie and deaths debility : Evidently declared in a sermon preached at the funerall of that hopeful and uertuous yong gentleman Edvvard Levvkenor esquire, &c. In whose death is ended the name of that renowned family of the Lewkenors in Suffolke. By Tymothy Oldmayne minister of the Word of God at Denham in Suffolke. Our dayes on earth are as a shaddow, and there is none abiding. Also an elegy and an epitaph on the death of that worthy gentleman, by I.G. Dr. of D.; Oldmayne, Timothy.
Lewkenor Edward Sir 1618 : Gods rebuke in taking from vs that worthy and honourable gentleman Sir Edward Lewkenor Knight, the first day of May this present yeere 1618, he being at that time high Sheriffe of Suffolke : whose Christian life and comfortable end are here faithfully recorded. Together with diuers profitable and necessarie instructions; deliuered first in a discourse at his funerall, and now inlarged, and published, for the benefit of others not then present. By T.O. aliàs P. minister of the word of God at Denham in Suffolke.; Oldmayne, Timothy.